Suicide Kings consists of emcee Joey Knuckles and DJ/Producer King Cole and since their conception in 2011, the group has been steadily moving forward; opening for such acts as Mobb Deep, Demigodz (Apathy & Celph Titled), Tech N9ne, Obie Trice & Heavy Metal Kings (Ill Bill, Vinnie Paz) among others.
In the winter of 2012, Suicide Kings released their first independent album Reign Supreme which was quickly followed by a supporting slot on the Demigodz tour. Since then, the Kings have been hard at work spending the remainder of 2012 in the studio preparing their sophomore release, “Crown Of Thorns,” which was released on 8-1-2013 and is now available for purchase.
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